The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Troublemaker427, Oct 11, 2006.
More pics for all you factory ford lovers....
I have a weakness for Galaxie's too......
This '67 Big Block , 4 speed Fairlane with an original ford fiberglass hood....no reproduction.....makes my Boat Float as well.....
I like this one as well......
Here comes some more......
O man,..... '64 mercury comets!.....Love 'em.....
I've never seen that one!! Nice car.....LOL
This car is a nice tribute to the Tasca car. It is one of the nicest clones I've seen and resides here in MD.
It is a beautiful clone indeed.....not sure about the color of the carpet...However, amazing restoration!
Here are a few more, I'm not sure if they've been posted already or not. The last one is great.
I'm in the middle of a '64 hardtop build, not a true clone but should be nice. 427 centre-oiler, tunnelport heads and dual quad intake, big spline toploader 4spd, Currie 9".
Thanks for posting the photos. The blue T-bolt in the middle is the Expressway Gulf T-bolt, formerly the Bob Ford T-bolt. This car is currently owned by a member of this forum and was the second T-bolt built.
The old group T-bolt shot was the day the first cars were released to the racers. The Bob Ford car is in this shot.
Your car sounds very cool. Another FE warrior!!!
Here's one of mine from the mid-May 1964 NHRA regional record run meet at Cecil Co., MD. The King car was running A/FX that day. Brannan was out for one of the early races with his Falcon.
I'd like to see some information about the pictures that're posted here and on other HAMB threads.
Cool, thanks. I honestly have no idea who is who, to many collections to follow who is who, thanks for the info!
A couple pictures of Darrell Droke's 65 T-bolt
Some more cool T'bolt pics....John
Great shot. The rarest of all the Thunderbolts fer sure. He got torn down all the time since he was so quick. He was protested by Mopar in 65 at Indy.
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Real Deal....Sold for $ 270,000. at B.J.
Misc...Ford T'bolt lightweight's.....
1/18 scale T-bolts are cool too........
oops....one more page......
Study the correct rear wheel in post #385. The wheel pictured here is a later model. The slick may be from the mid 60's but the wheel is not. This one has 4 hubcap tabs instead of 3. Raised area between lug holes are wrong. The 4 air slots between center and outer part of rim are wrong.
Picture of car looks like a Fairlane 500 2dr hardtop. All 100 original '64 Thunderbolts were Fairlane 500 2dr sedans. Tell the guy nice try but......
Thanks for posting the shots WickedJohn!!!
Well, it is not an original but it is a clone built by Vern Tardel sittin' in our showroom. Check it out!
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